April 15th, 2007 by Keith

FlashSee – Downloading SWF from Internet

Posted in Audio, Business Software, Fun Stuff, Site News, Software Companies, Utilities, Video, Web Apps, Windows


With FlashSee, users can download flash files (.SWF) directly off the Internet onto your computer desktop. These are some features of FlashSee:


  • - Download SWF files from Internet (a web site) and save them.
  • - Explore your web browser cache or a disk directory for SWF files.
  • - Search for SWF files, containing a keyword inside SWF text tags or scripts.
  • - Open selected SWF file in a predefined viewer/editor. This feature is very useful when you have both FlashSee and FlashDigger installed on your computer.

A trial version is available free for download (from the link below). However, a license costs merely US$19.95. It’s not a bad bargain, judging from the technique it can be used to extract .SWF files.

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